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Old 06-28-2019, 09:05 PM
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Please let us know how the new food/water dishes work out for you.
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Hello,

A quick 24/48 hour update:

I put the new stainless steel ones in, but actually they were a bit fiddly with the cage setup. Instead, I sanded down the seam so now it no longer exists on the plastic bowls and have put them back in. I'm still using the stainless steel ones, but for impromptu baths etc.

Interestingly enough, this budgie used to make these 'noises' when eating (we associated them with random budgieness). However, since changing bowls/sanding them down he's stopped it completely. I now reckon he was making an 'ow' noise when he leaned over on the bowl

Will keep everyone updated
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A quick 24/48 hour update:

I put the new stainless steel ones in, but actually they were a bit fiddly with the cage setup. Instead, I sanded down the seam so now it no longer exists on the plastic bowls and have put them back in. I'm still using the stainless steel ones, but for impromptu baths etc.

Interestingly enough, this budgie used to make these 'noises' when eating (we associated them with random budgieness). However, since changing bowls/sanding them down he's stopped it completely. I now reckon he was making an 'ow' noise when he leaned over on the bowl

Will keep everyone updated
Hopefully the problem is solved now. It was pretty coincidental that both birds had the same problem on their feet in the same spots.
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Glad to hear the problem seems to be solved for now. Please update us in this thread in a few days.
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